Mexico Will Deport Violent Caravan Members Who Tried Storming US Border
Just a few short hours back, some members of that migrant caravan tried strong-arming their way into Los Estadós Unidós. Their stone-throwing posteriors got a taste of tear-gas and the full force of Border Patrol and the Federales.
Well, Mexico is declaring they've had enough of this malarkey. They're rounding those caravan members up and prepping to deport them back to their sh*tholes of origin.
Mexico intends to deport the approximately 500 migrants involved in illegally trying to cross the border between Mexico and the United States, the country’s Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Though the country’s authorities reportedly contained the protests on their side of the San Ysidro port of entry between Tijuana and the San Diego area, Mexico still does not intend to send its military to help control the over 7,000 migrants already gathered at the border, the statement added, according to Reuters. The group has already been “rounded up,” BBC reported. “Far from helping their objectives,” the statement read, the actions of the migrants were illegal and could have caused a “serious incident.”
Adios, and good riddance to those violent, trespassing fart-blossoms.
It would be different if those caravaners were trying to come to the U-S-of-A through the proper legal channels. If that were the case, most people would be at least somewhat sympathetic to their cause. Though, when they get violent and try bursting through the gate like a coupon-clipper on Black Friday, our sympathy goes bye-bye.
It's nice to see Mexico putting their foot down and saying "no más." If those caravan members can't behave like civilized members of society, they can carry their fence-hopping asses back to Honduras. Our quota for criminalizing dickweeds here in 'Murica is already filled.